Computer Networks (Xarxes de Computadors), Degree in Computer Engineering
XC-GRAU Autum 2024 Semester.

Professors Units Evaluation Laboratories Documentation Slides Calendar Timetables Page FIB Racó

Assessments and Final Exam Dates


ProfessorLanguageGroupOfficeConsultation hours
Llorenç Cerdà (coordinador)
Catalan T10 C6-213 Agree with the teacher by email
Jordi Domingo
Catalan T40 D6-209 Agree with the teacher by email
Jorge García
Spanish L11,L12 C6-212 Agree with the teacher by email
Jordi Paillissé
Catalan L41,L42   Agree with the teacher by email
Alba Cañete
Catalan L43,L13   Agree with the teacher by email


  1. Introduction (included in the first asssessment, C1 and FE)
  2. IP (included in the first asssessment, C1 and FE)
  3. LANs (included in the FE)
  4. TCP (included in the FE)
  5. Applications (included in the FE)
See the slides for a detailed conent of the course.


The evaluation of the subject will have two components: laboratory, NL, (30%) and theory, NT, (70%). That is: NF = 0.3 * NL + 0.7 NT
The lab mark, NL, will be calculated as: NL = 0.5 * CL + 0.5 * EL
Where CL is the average of the laboratory mini-assessments, and EL is the final laboratory exam. To make miniassessments in every session, it is required submitting a paper report at the beginning of the session. Otherwise, the minicontrol can not be done, and the grade of it is 0.
The theory mark, NT, will have 2 parts. An assessment, C1, and an EF final exam. These exams will be held during the partial and final exam sessions scheduled by the faculty. C1 can release part of the EF.
The theory mark will be calculated as: NT = 0.3 * max(C1, EF) + 0.7 * EF

Incentive to study (and attend lectures).

The final mark (NF) will be increased up to 1 point to students who meet the conditions below. The increase will be proportional to the NF obtained and the number of problems delivered as NFinc = NF + max(0, min(1, (NF-5)/2) * B), where 0≤B≤1 is the proportion of delivered problems.

Laboratory sessions

Session Description
s1 Interface configuration and static routing (LINUX)
s2 Interface configuration and static routing with CISCO routers
s3 Dynamic Routing: RIPv1,v2 (IOS)
s4 Access lists and NAT (IOS)
s5 Ethernet Switches (IOS)
s6 TCP
s7 DNS
s8 Final lab exam

Laboratory days

Group/Session/Day s1s2s3s4s5s6s7s8
43 (Wednesday) 04/10/2024 11/10/2024 18/10/2024 25/10/2024 22/11/2024 29/11/2024 13/12/2024 20/12/2024
13 (Thursday) 28/09/2024 05/10/2024 19/10/2024 26/10/2024 23/11/2024 30/11/2024 14/12/2024 21/12/2024
11,12,41,42 (Friday) 29/09/2024 06/10/2024 13/10/2024 20/10/2024 24/11/2024 01/12/2024 15/12/2024 22/12/2024

Important information about laboratory sessions



Use these slides as a detailed content of the course.
  1. Introduction
  2. IP
  3. LANs
  4. TCP
  5. Applications

Assessments and exams from previous courses: you have them in the Raco.

Collection of Problems: Available in the Raco.





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